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Music Against Animal Cruelty Present “Wild” with Black Coffee, Lauren Lane, Adam Beyer & more

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On Thursday 13th September at Ushuaia Ibiza – The Night League in association with Music Against Animal Cruelty (M.A.A.C) presents “Wild” a charity fundraising event.

Conceived by international DJ and producer of Art Department, Jonny White, CEO/Founder of Pulse Global, Wade Cawood,  and Founder of Tears for Tigers, Jack Baucher with the support of the music community, Music Against Animal Cruelty (M.A.A.C.) aims to raise much-needed revenue from worldwide music events to directly go towards wildlife conservation in key areas. This year those areas are two community-led initiatives in Africa; Rhino Conservation Botswana and Lion Guardians Kenya.

‘Wild’ will feature a heavyweight lineup of some of biggest names in house and techno including Black Coffee, M.A.A.C. ambassadors Adam Beyer, Art Department (co-founder of M.A.A.C), Bedouin and DJ Sneak, Ida Engberg, Lauren Lane, Nitin and Tiga. Finalising the line up will be an unannounced special guest making this event a must-attend for all fans of house and techno.

All DJs are contributing their performance for free and all profits from this event will go directly to wildlife conservation projects.

“This is gonna be a powerful movement when we realize its full potential. We need to be clear that this goes beyond just our community. This isn’t just techno against animal cruelty. This is music against it. This is a global force against treating animals like they have any less right to be here than we do. For now, we’re looking to our sector of the industry for support as we build the foundation, but the bigger picture is garnering the support of the music industry at large, the same way the industry has been successful in the past with initiatives like live aid for example’ 
– Jonny White – Art Department / Co-founder M.A.A.C

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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